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Premium Deluxe Room 754, The George Hotel, Edinburgh
Scotland

This room is one of our largest and has great views over the Firth of Forth.  Located in the Forth Wing, which was built in 1970 and recently refurbished.  For the additional supplement, it has bathrobes, slippers and complimentary water included, as well as internet access, flat screen TV, laptop safe, hair dryer, full size iron and ironing board, tea and coffee facilities and ipod docking station.

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